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WATCH NOW: Mike Shultz’s Weather Forecast - October 14th, 2020

Published: Oct. 14, 2020 at 7:50 PM AKDT
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) -

WELCOME BACK TO OUR WEDNESDAY NIGHT WEATHER. WE SAW OUR FIRST REAL TASTE OF WINTER TODAY WITH A DUSTING OF SNOW ACROSS THE INTERIOR.

TODAY’S HIGH WAS ONLY 26, WITH THE OVERNIGHT LOW OF 18.

THE RECORD HIGH OF 64 WAS SET IN 1969, WITH THE OVERNIGHT LOW DROPPING TO 7 BELOW IN 1965.

ACROSS THE STATE, THERE ARE SOME 50′S OVER THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE, WITH 40′S, 30′S, AND 20′S ELSEWHERE.

THE SATELLITE AND RADAR PICTURE SHOWS SHOWERS ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST AND AND THE NORTH GULF COAST INCLUDING THE ANCHORAGE BOWL.

IN THE LOWER 48, THE WEST COAST IS CLEAR UP TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WHERE SHOWERS ARE FALLING.

MORE SHOWERS ARE ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES.

TEMPERATURES ARE COOLING OVER THE NORTHERN SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY WHILE HOT TEMPERATURES COVER THE REST OF THE COUNTRY.

ALASKA’S OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW IS FOR SUNNY SKIES ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE, WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW IN NOME.

THE INTERIOR WILL SEE CLEARING SKIES WITH COLD TEMPERATURES REGION WIDE.

THE SOUTHEAST WILL SEE RAIN SHOWERS IN JUNEAU WITH CLOUDY SKIES AT KETCHIKAN.

BETHEL AND COLD BAY WILL BE SUNNY TO PARTLY CLOUDY, WHILE KODIAK WILL HAVE SCATTERED CLOUDS.

THE SOUTHCENTRAL REGIONS WILL SEE A FEW CLOUDS AT ANCHORAGE AND HOMER, WHILE VALDEZ WILL HAVE RAIN.

LOCALLY TONIGHT SNOW SHOWERS WILL END WITH COLDER TEMPERATURES. TOMORROW WILL SEE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES AND COLDER THAN TODAY. TOMORROW NIGHT WILL BE CLEAR AND EVEN COLDER.

THE EXTENDED FORECAST IS FOR A SLOW WARMING TREND BEGINNING OVER THE WEEKEND AND THE POSSIBILITY OF A LITTLE SNOW FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE WEEK.

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